2023-02-09 (Th) EWC_Box Intrecomponent wiring

I started looking at the components on the mounting plane. The soundboard needed a couple of modifications to act as a MIDI synth, so I followed the directions and added a removable jumper to instruct it to boot into the desired mode. The instructions include a jumper on the Arduino's serial transmitting pin, but I put a wire directly to the synth's serial port, which I will connect later. I added ground and power wires from the SD card reader. I added short tinned jumpers to the rest of the connections on the card reader.

The screen didn't have mounting holes, so I sketched a design to hold it from behind. It will require drilling four holes into the faceplate, but I like the solution better than adhesives which are not removable.
Soldered components and screen holder sketch

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